Join Brenda K.B. Anderson for a live tutorial on the Sign of Spring Fingerless Mittens. At the end of a snowy winter, when the weather starts to get a little bit warmer, we can’t help but feel a bit optimistic about what is to come. These pretty fingerless mittens feature a column of lace that runs down the back of the hand reminiscent of the joyful flowers that will soon be popping up everywhere. This project uses only a small amount of yarn, perfect for those precious lone skeins that are in your stash! Click here to download the free pattern.
Crochet Q&A: April 2022
Join Brenda K. B. Anderson for a Creative Crochet Corner LIVE Q&A session previously aired on April 27th, 2022.Watch Now >>
These unisex baby booties feature a bean stitch running across the toes, giving them extra cuddly-cute texture! A tall folded-over ribbed cuff helps them stay put on kicking baby feet. Click here to download the free pattern.Watch Now >>
This macrame-inspired plant hanger will add new life to the walls of any room. Create your own beautiful hanging garden with plants of various sizes. This project is much simpler than it appears – with an easy 2-row repeat and one quick seam, it’s perfect for an adventurous beginner! Click here to download the free…Watch Now >>
Silent Night Christmas Tree Skirt
Inspired by quiet Christmastime memories, watching the snow fall outside my living room window, the Silent Night Christmas Tree Skirt evokes a calm, cozy version of the winter holiday season. The tree skirt is worked in turned rows from the center out. Puff stitches are sprinkled throughout a background of simple single crochet stitches. The cabled pine tree stitch pattern is simpler than it looks and makes for a fun ending to this large project.Watch Now >>